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Teenager Remanded over Entebbe Student’s Murder

Mr Ibrahim Jingo (L) and he's elder brother Mr Mohammed Ssebaduka following court proceedings during the mentioning of their case .

A 17-year-old boy and his elder brother has been charged and remanded by a court in Entebbe in connection with the killing of Norah Wanyana, a student at Air Force Secondary School in Entebbe, on July 21.

While reading the charges to Mohammed Ssebaduka and his younger brother Ibrahim Jingo, 17, Grade One magistrate Mastulah Mulondo said they could not take plea since their offence is only tried by the High Court.

Mulondos said Jingo, being a juvenile, will be remanded at Naguru Teenage Centre while Ssebaduka will be held at Kigo Government Prison until August 18 for mention of their case.

Wanyana’s naked body was discovered on July 21 by residents of Nkumba central zone.

Her killing came against the backdrop of five other brutal killings involving in the last one month.

On July 24, the body of Rose Nakimuli, a hairdresser and resident of Kitala in Entebbe, was found dumped in a banana plantation, a few meters from her residence.

Her Hands were bound behind her back with a stick inserted in her vagina.

Earlier, Aisha Fendando’s naked body was found in a banana plantation, with soil poured into her private parts.

Another was a 19-year-old expectant mother, Gorrett Nansubuga, a food vendor and resident of kasenyi Zone in Abayita Ababiri, who was raped, killed and her body dumped in banana plantation behind her house.

 

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